9 edition of Agricultural research, livelihoods, and poverty found in the catalog.
Agricultural research, livelihoods, and poverty
by Johns Hopkins University Press, Published for the International Food Policy Research Institute in Baltimore, Md, Washington, D.C
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Michelle Adato and Ruth Meinzen-Dick.|
|Series||An International Food Policy Research Institute book|
|Contributions||Adato, Michelle., Meinzen-Dick, Ruth Suseela.|
|LC Classifications||S540.E25 A37 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxvi, 388 p. :|
|Number of Pages||388|
|ISBN 10||0801885965, 0801887216|
|ISBN 10||9780801885969, 9780801887215|
Based on recent and extensive research, this volume thoroughly assesses the value of the livelihoods approach to urban poverty. The book reviews the Reviews: 1. Reducing poverty through rural development - non-agricultural sector) as well as improving access to basic services and infrastructure in significant biotechnology research .
The research programme is entitled LADDER, standing for Livelihoods and Diversification Directions Explored by Research, an acronym devised to evoke the notion of ‘climbing out of poverty’. The programme is funded principally by the Policy Research Programme of the UK Department for International Development (DFID), with a contribution to Cited by: This book has examined trends and challenges facing farming systems in the six developing regions of the world and has proposed strategic priorities for poverty reduction, increased food security and agricultural growth.
Post-Graduate School for Agriculture and Rural Development University of Pretoria Report on theme #1: Strategies for poverty alleviation and food security Poverty and livelihoods in rural South Africa: Investigating diversity and dynamics of livelihoods. Case studies in Limpopo Contributors: S. Perret, W. Anseeuw, F. Mathebula October File Size: KB. This book sets out the rural livelihoods approach within the larger context of past and present themes in rural development. It adopts diversity as its principal theme and explores the implications of diverse rural livelihoods for ideas about poverty, agriculture, environment, gender and macroeconomic policy.
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Agricultural Research, Livelihoods, and Poverty: Studies of Economic and poverty book Social Impacts in Six Countries (International Food Policy Research Institute) Hardcover – June 5, by Michelle Adato (Editor), Ruth Meinzen-Dick (Editor) See all 2 formats and editionsFormat: Hardcover.
This book will help researchers in the agricultural and social sciences, as well as others concerned with development policy and its implementation, to better understand the pathways connecting research and poverty reduction and to guide future study of this vitally important : Michelle Adato.
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Add tags Comment paste this link in email, IM or document To embed this object, paste this HTML in website. Agricultural research, livelihoods, and poverty. View Description. Page Flip View: Download: small (x max) medium (x max) Large. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxvi, pages: illustrations, map ; 24 cm: Contents: Integrating social and economic analyses to study impacts on livelihoods and poverty: conceptual frameworks and research methods / Michelle Adato [and others] --Rice research, technological progress, and poverty.
The contributors to Agricultural Research, Livelihoods, and Poverty shed light on these questions through a collection of case studies that explore the types of impact that agricultural research has had on livelihoods and poverty in low-income countries. Agricultural Research, Livelihoods and Poverty: Studies of Economic and Social Impacts in Six Countries – Edited by Michelle Adato and Ruth Meinzen‐Dick.
PHILIP WOODHOUSE. Corresponding Author. Institute for Development Policy and Management, School of Environment and Development, University of Manchester, by: 1. Agricultural Research, Livelihoods and Poverty: Studies of Economic and Social Impacts in Six Countries – Edited by Michelle Adato and Ruth Meinzen‐DickAuthor: Philip Woodhouse.
ASSESSING THE IMPACT OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH ON POVERTY USING THE SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOODS FRAMEWORK Michelle Adato* and Ruth Meinzen-Dick** *Food Consumption and Nutrition Division **Environment and Production Technology Division International Food Policy Research Institute K Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C. Research & Analysis. Publication. From Extreme Poverty to Sustainable Livelihoods. September and agricultural development partners should distinguish between when designing and delivering high-value services. Publication 10 April Smallholder Households: Distinct Segments, Different Needs.
Food Insecurity, Poverty and Agriculture: A Concept Paper September Sumiter S. Broca Agricultural and Development Economics Division Economic and Social Department Food and Agriculture Organization Italy e-mail: @ Abstract This paper argues for a twin-track approach to hunger and poverty reduction that.
Department of Agricultural Economics, Imperial College at Wye, Ashford, Kent TN25 5AH, UK. Tel: +44 (0)Fax: +44 (0)Email: @ Acknowledgements The work described here emerges from a number of research projects at Imperial College, Wye supported by DFID’s NR, Livelihoods and Social Science Research.
About this book. This book is about climate change and its relation to agriculture and rural livelihoods. It starts by providing a basic understanding of climate change science followed by the relation of climate change to agriculture, the impact of which is discussed based on the particular impact of climate change on plant and animal physiology.
Key aspects of this framework, as applied in this study of the impact of agricultural research on poverty, include expanded understanding of the dimensions of poverty and how to measure it; emphasis on vulnerability to natural phenomenon, market shocks and trends, and social conflict and how this shapes livelihood strategies and choices in Cited by: The Role of Agriculture in Economic Development and Poverty Reduction An Empirical and Conceptual Foundation of the international agricultural research centers, that are members of the CGIAR.
Finally, it ii The Role ofAgriculture in Economic Development and Poverty File Size: 5MB. Skilfully exposing the gap that exists between the rhetoric of poverty reduction strategies in capital cities and the practice of public sector delivery in rural areas, this key text will be essential reading for advanced students and researchers in the fields of rural development, rural livelihoods, poverty reduction strategies and Sub-Saharan Africa development as well as Format: Hardcover.
Assessing the impact of agricultural research on poverty using the sustainable livelihoods framework. livelihoods), social diﬀerence (gendered, age-deﬁned livelihoods), directions (liveli- hood pathw ays, trajector ies), dynamic patterns (sustainable or resilient livelihood s) and many more.
Downloadable. As the goals of international agricultural research move beyond increasing food production to the broader aims of reducing poverty, both agricultural research and studies of its impact become more complex.
Yet examining the magnitude and mechanisms through which different types of agricultural research are able to help the poor is essential, not only to. Livelihoods research can help to bridge the gap between the levers on rural poverty reduction that the PRSPs set out to strengthen, and the intermediating role of district councils or assemblies in the poverty reduction process.
4 The "institutional context" of rural livelihoodsFile Size: KB. Livelihoods research: some conceptual and methodological issues This paper offers a review of conceptual and methodological issues in the pursuit of livelihoods research, with particular reference to southern Africa.
Disparate and partly overlapping frameworks of investigation are outlined, with an emphasis on three key questions. First, how is.Skilfully exposing the gap that exists between the rhetoric of poverty reduction strategies in capital cities and the practice of public sector delivery in rural areas, this key text will be essential reading for advanced students and researchers in the fields of rural development, rural livelihoods, poverty reduction strategies and Sub-Saharan Africa development as well as .A subcomponent of the PEAP, the plan for the modernization of agriculture (PMA) is designed to address the goal of reducing poverty in rural areas.
This paper utilizes research on rural livelihoods in three rural districts to derive policy inferences relevant to this framework.
Research findings show that rural poverty is strongly Cited by: